Tuesday, January 20, 2015
As a species, our survival is often based on making decisions that make the most sense for upcoming events and situations. Our ability to understand the seasons played a huge role in agriculture. Our early understanding of the cosmos was a precursor to a more in-depth understanding of physics. We...
Topics Covered: bad predictions, biology, brain, ethics, future, genetics, human behavior, mental processes, neurochemistry, neurology, predictions, process, psychology, science, science museum of virginia, stem, thinking, Time, Anthropology, sociology, mental health, behavioral science, personality, education
Monday, December 30, 2013
Happy New Year! Millions of people gather each year in New York City to usher in the upcoming year. Billions more join this celebration in various other mega cities around the planet. So, what is a mega city? Each year around midnight on Dec 31st...
Topics Covered: Billions, celebration, cities, exponential growth rate, Humans, millions, new york city, numbers, Population, question energy, Question Power, question your world, science, science museum of virginia, stem, tokyo, Mega Cities, urban areas, urban planning, environment, geography, sociology